In pictures: Egyptian archaeologists unveils ancient tomb and sarcophagi in Luxor

Egypt on Saturday unveiled an ancient tomb, sarcophagi and funerary artifacts discovered in the Theban necropolis of Al-Assasif in the southern city of Luxor.
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Carved black wooden sarcophagus inlaid with gilded sheets, dating to Egypt's Late period (7th-4th century BC) discovered by an Egyptian archaelogical mission at the site of Tomb TT28 at Al-Assasif necropolis on the west bank of the Nile north of the southern Egyptian city of Luxor. Located between the royal tombs at the Valley of the Queens and the Valley of the Kings, the Al-Assasif necropolis is the burial site of nobles and senior officials close to the pharaohs.
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Carved black wooden sarcophagus inlaid with gilded sheets, dating to Egypt's Late period (7th-4th century BC), lying in a burial chamber decorated with colored scenes depicting the owner with members of his family, discovered by an Egyptian archaelogical mission at the site of Tomb TT28 at Al-Assasif necropolis on the west bank of the Nile north of the southern Egyptian city of Luxor.
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Egypt's Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Enany (R) and Mostafa Waziri (2nd-R, behind), the Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, inspect an intact sarcophagus during its opening at the site of Tomb TT33 at Al-Assasif necropolis on the west bank of the Nile north of the southern Egyptian city of Luxor on November 24, 2018, after it was discovered earlier this month by a French mission.
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Man using a cell phone to take a picture of a group of mummies stacked together at the site of Tomb TT28, which was discovered by an Egyptian archaelogical mission at Al-Assasif necropolis on the west bank of the Nile north of the southern Egyptian city of Luxor.
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Artefacts laid out on a table, discovered by an Egyptian archaelogical mission at the site of Tomb TT28 at Al-Assasif necropolis on the west bank of the Nile north of the southern Egyptian city of Luxor.
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Egyptian worker standing next to an opened intact sarcophagus containing a well-preserved mummy of a woman named 'Thuya' wrapped in linen, discovered by a French mission at the site of Tomb TT33 which dates to the 18th dynasty (16th-13th century BC) at the site of Tomb TT33 at Al-Assasif necropolis on the west bank of the Nile north of the southern Egyptian city of Luxor.